Window and Door Insulating Spray Foam Sealant, 12 oz. Aerosol Can, Cream
- Item # 15Z033
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # P30002
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 46191503
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- Item Insulating Spray Foam Sealant
- Number of Components 1
- Size 12 oz.
- Container Type Aerosol Can
- Indoor/Outdoor Indoor,Outdoor
- Color Cream
- Insulation Value R-4.5
- Expansion Ratio 2-3:1
- Coverage 887 Linear ft. @ 3/8" Bead
- Begins to Harden 10 min.
- Full Cure 12 to 24 hr.
- Application Temp. Range Not Specified
- Performance Temp. Range -200 Degrees to 240 Degrees F
- Flash Point 240 Degrees F
- Specific Gravity 1.1
- Substrates All Except Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Silicone, Oils, Greases, Mold Release Agents And Similar Materials
- Standards UL 723/ASTM E-84, CAN/ULC S102
- Includes Dispensing Straw
- Sealant Application Window and Door
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Other Regulated Material
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